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Today β€” February 20th 2019FoxNews Health

As suicide rates rise, college students band together in unprecedented effort

By Emilie Ikeda

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens, prompting college students to organize an unprecedented national mental health conference.

Eating nuts tied to lower heart disease risk for diabetics

People with diabetes who regularly eat nuts may be less likely to develop heart disease than their counterparts who rarely, if ever, consume nuts, a U.S. study suggests.

Minnesota man devastated by cancer diagnosis after surviving 2 days in car during blizzard, hypothermia

By Alexandria Hein

The miraculous story involving a Minnesota man who survived for two nights in his car while stuck in the middle of a blizzard in North Dakota has taken a tragic twist after he arrived at the hospital to be treated for storm-related hypothermia only to find out that he has stage 4 kidney cancer.

Ohio hepatitis A cases hit 1,600 but outbreak not new, officials say

The Ohio Department of Health says reports that wrongly imply a newly declared outbreak of hepatitis A are circulating around the state, apparently prompted by a recent case involving a restaurant worker.

Yesterday β€” February 19th 2019FoxNews Health

FDA warns against 'young blood' transfusions

By Alexandria Hein

The FDA is warning against so-called “vampire” treatments or procedures that involve injecting plasma from young blood donors in an effort to treat a variety of age-related diseases.

TV drug ads will soon include prices: Will it help consumers?

By Brian Krans

You don’t have to watch television long before an ad for a prescription drug comes on the screen.

Grandma battling brain cancer gets surprise message from grandkids too young to visit

By Alexandria Hein

A grandmother batting brain cancer knows she has the love and support of her “magnificent seven” grandkids, even though they don’t meet the hospital’s age requirement to pay her a visit.

Rare Rembrandt exhibit can be terminally ill patients' final stop thanks to charity

By Alexandria Hein

A charity is preparing to grant the final wishes for terminally ill patients who want to see a new display featuring hundreds of pieces by the Dutch artist Rembrandt.

KFC sickens 247 in Mongolia as inspectors reportedly find E. coli in soda, bacteria in water

By Alexandria Hein

Nearly 250 customers reported diarrhea and vomiting after dining at a KFC restaurant in Mongolia last week, where health authorities reportedly said they found bacteria in the drinking water and E. coli in the soda as well as other serious health violations.

Children's museum heart display tips grandpa off to potentially life-threatening condition

By Alexandria Hein

A trip to the museum with his grandson may have saved one North Carolina man from tragedy after a display in the “Listen to Your Heart” exhibit tipped him off to a potentially life-threatening health issue.

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Philippines says 136 people have died in measles outbreak

The Philippine health secretary said Monday that 136 people, mostly children, have died of measles and 8,400 others have fallen ill in an outbreak blamed partly on vaccination fears.

Retired police officer is perfect kidney donor match for former beat partner

By Alexandria Hein

A pair of retired police officers already bonded by the field will now be joined for life after one was found to be a perfect kidney donor match for the other, and delivered the good news with a clever homemade card.

Why men who can do 40 push-ups may have better heart health

By Rachael Rettner

The ability to do a lot of pushups may be a sign not only of strength but also of good heart health, a new study suggests.

Woman who didn't know she was pregnant gives birth while in coma, discovers she has 2 uteruses

By Alexandria Hein

A U.K. woman who was placed into a medically-induced coma after complaining of a headache and later suffering from seizures was shocked to wake days later and discover she had given birth to a healthy baby girl.

Mom gets new tongue made from arm after cancer diagnosis

By Alexandria Hein

A 58-year-old woman who was reportedly faced with either surgically removing her tongue or succumbing to cancer within months has had a new one fashioned out of a vein and pieces of her arm.

Is smelling gasoline a dangerous addiction?

By Manny Alvarez

If you’ve ever pulled up to a gas station and actually enjoyed the strong gasoline odor, you’re not the only one.